41 Ottawa L. Rev. [i] (2009-2010)

handle is hein.journals/ottlr41 and id is 1 raw text is: u~ttawa                   OTTAWA LAW REVIEW
REVUE DE DROIT D'OTTAWA
Facult6 de droit
Faculty of law
Section de common aw
Common Law Section
Volume 41, No. 1
2009-2010
Facult6 de droit, Section de common law I Faculty of Law, Common Law Section
ARTICLES
1    Culture, Religion and the Ordinary Person: An Essay on R. v. Humaid
Rosemary Cairns Way
25    A Critical Reappraisal of Class Action Settlement Procedure in Search of a
New Standard of Fairness
Catherine Pichi
59    Blais et Powley : les doctrines des droits aborigines des Mtis sous la loupe
Darren O'Toole
101    Confounding Concepts: The Judicial Definition of the Constitutional Protection of the
Aboriginal Right to Self-Government in Canada
Senwung Luk
CONTRIBUTIONS SOLLICITtES / SOLICITED CONTRIBUTIONS
139    Not So Simple After All: A Comment on Ravndahl v. Saskatchewan
Dianne Pothier
CRITIQUES LITTRAIRES / BOOK REVIEWS
163    Sarah Carter, The Importance of Being Monogamous: Marriage and Nation Building in Western
Canada to 1915
Angela Campbell

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